Obstetrics

There are a set of manual skills involved in providing obstetrical care.

From the perspective of both provider self-confidence and patient safety, it is a good idea to receive orientation and training in any of these skills in the lab, before moving to hands-on practice under supervision.

Antepartum

Leopold’s Maneuvers

Testing Urine for Protein and Glucose

Delivery

Amniotomy

Breech Delivery

Cesarean Section

Clamping and Cutting the Umbilical Cord

Episiotomy and Repair

Normal Vaginal Delivery

Obstetrical Forceps

Shoulder Dystocia

Spinal Anesthesia

Suctioning the Newborn with a Bulb Syringe

Umbilical Cord Around the Neck

Labor

Electronic Fetal Monitoring

Epidural Anesthesia

Pelvic Exam during Labor

Postpartum

Circumcision

Immediate Care of the Newborn

Last Modified Jun 17, 2016 @ 8:42 am

A Training Simulation in Introductory Obstetrics & Gynecology